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The American Libraries collection includes material contributed from across the United States. Institutions range from the Library of Congress to many local public libraries. As a whole, this collection of material brings holdings that cover many facets of American life and scholarship into the public domain. Significant portions of this collection have been generously sponsored by Microsoft, Yahoo!, The Sloan Foundation, and others.


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FRIDAY MAY 9, 2003 – SUNDAY AUGUST 3, 2003 Launched to coincide with the gallery’s 20th anniversary, The Archive Project was the first time an entire set of Storefront’s newsprints was publicly exhibited. The installation was based around a set of suspended sleeves containing newsletters, as well as a shelf of corresponding binders for each of Storefront’s 120 exhibitions. A timeline illustrating the gallery’s history was applied to the façade. Together, these materials constituted a...
Topics: Storefront, The Archive Project
TUESDAY DECEMBER 12, 1995 – SATURDAY JANUARY 27, 1996 Jean Nouvel’s Architecture Shop  attempts to recreate  the creative energy of  Jean Nouvel’s Parisian atelier   into a gallery setting . Racks of postcards, plastic tubes of posters, packets of slides, and books on Jean Nouvel’s buildings occupied Storefront’s gallery space during the exhibition. Beyond highlighting Nouvel’s architectural work, the show frequently referenced Storefront's surroundings - SoHo’s shopping...
Topics: Shop, Consumption, Paris, Atelier, Postcards, Posters, Slides, Books, SoHo
From Left to Right: Stephen McCarthy (UML), Unknown, Alex Case (UML), Pro-Vice-Chancellor Gerry McCormac (QUB), Bridgette Budhlall (UML), Frank Talty (UML), Ann Marie Hurley (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
WEDNESDAY JANUARY 18, 2006 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 18, 2006 Ault and Beck’s exhibition  Information  investigated the production of poverty within the U.S. Based on governmental data referring to measures of poverty over the last forty years as well as the increasing income gap,  Information  focused on systemic parameters for what constituted poverty as a socio-economic condition, with particular emphasis on the “poverty line.” In this context, the poverty line is understood as a...
Topics: Poverty, Governmental Data, Income Gap, Poverty Line, Economic
Left-to-right: Head of Ireland Fund, Patricia Talty, President Michael D. Higgins, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Pearson Post Industries
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TUESDAY MARCH 26, 1991 – SATURDAY APRIL 20, 1991 In response to Operation Desert Storm, the US-led war that broke out in the Persian Gulf, Pearson Post Industries (a group specialized in ‘defense entertainment technologies’) inaugurated  Operation Desert Cloud  at Storefront. The group called for a ‘special deployment of an unmanned, automated gallery and a multimedia low-definition broadcast-quality music video.’ The main components of  Operation Desert Cloud  are the...
Topics: Operation Desert Storm, Persian Gulf, War, Technology, Video
THURSDAY OCTOBER 7, 1999 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 13, 1999 (A)way Station  was a traveling exhibition that investigates the physical and psychological dimensions of migration in relation to the domestic space and the city. Compressing migrants and immigrants' experiences into one architectural exhibition, the artists expressed migratory inhabitation at the scale of architectural representation. The installation is comprised of freestanding plywood structures that housed domestic possessions,...
Topics: Migration, Architecture Representation, Plywood, Domesticity, Clothing, Furniture, Resin, Refugee,...
SATURDAY APRIL 3, 1993 – SATURDAY MAY 1, 1993 In  Body Object Landscape , Michele Saee examined architecture as a spatial extension of all of the senses of the body beyond visual ones. His architectural work emphasizes the role of the human hand in the creative process, in attempting to counteract the proliferation of machine-created forms.
Topics: Body, Senses, Hand, Creative, Machine
From Left to Right: Tony McNally (QUB), Stephen McCarthy (UML), Marion McAfee (QUB), Richard O'Kennedy (DCU), Eileen Harkin-Jones (QUB), Fraser Buchanan (QUB), Peter Hornsby (QUB), Jens Ducree (DCU), Ciarán Fagan (DCU), Nicholas Dunne (QUB), Brian MacCraith (DCU) and Frank Talty (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
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From Left to Right: Anne Marie Hurley (UML), Alex Case (UML), Stephen McCarthy (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
UMass Lowell Center for Irish Partnerships Archive
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Left-to-right: Anne Marie Hurley, Stephen McCarthy, Marty Meehan, Frank Talty, Victoria Denoon
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
WEDNESDAY MARCH 31, 1999 – SATURDAY MAY 1, 1999 Co-curated by Linda Pollak and landscape architect Paula Meijerink,  Landscape Architect  presents an overview of Yves Brunier’s collages of landscape architecture proposals. Throughout his brief career, curtailed by his sudden death at age 29  in 1991 , Brunier reinvented the notion of the garden in the city, illustrating his ideas with imaginative  collages .
Topics: Landscape, Collage, Garden, City, Imagination
From Left to Right: Susan Braunhut (UML), Stephen McCarthy (UML), Frank Talty (UML), Pro-Vice-Chancellor Gerry McCormac (QUB), Bridgette Budhlall (UML), Alex Case (UML) & Ann Marie Hurley (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
UMass Lowell students Andrea Andzenge and Donna Hackley, center left and right, presented at a conference entitled “Fifteen Years of 1325: New Perspectives on Peace & Security” at the Institute for the Study of Conflict Transformation and Social Justice” at Queen’s University Belfast. They are joined by Dr. Maria Deiana, left, from Queen’s University and by UMass Lowell Prof. Paul Rayman.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
THURSDAY APRIL 28, 1988 – SATURDAY MAY 28, 1988 From  Destruction to Construction  presents an overview of the work of Japanese-born artist Tadashi Kawamata, known for using scrap wood to build precarious scaffolds around vacant lots and buildings. The projects included in the exhibition respond to the history of human interaction with sites around New York. From a median strip between Grand and Broome Streets to a group of semi-demolished buildings in Harlem. Often shaped like twisters,...
Topics: Wood, Scaffolds, Vacant Lots, New York, Broome Street, Harlem
THURSDAY JANUARY 13, 2000 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 12, 2000  Tony Feher makes sculptures from everyday consumer detritus such as polyethylene shopping bags and plastic soft drink bottles, Feher employed one of his favorite materials – molded Styrofoam used for packing electronics – to create a site-specific installation at Storefront. Arranged in a grid on the floor, sometimes singly, sometimes stacked, these white forms, designed to fill negative space, became positives resembling...
Topics: Sculpture, Styrofoam
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Raúl Cárdenas Osuna, Torolab
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TUESDAY JANUARY 11, 2005 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 19, 2005 For their first solo exhibition in New York City, Torolab explores the concept of “emergency architecture.” This work is not a response to a singular catastrophic event but rather a means to address the widespread struggle for basic necessities that characterise daily life in cities such as Tijuana.  Tijuana is the fastest growing city in Mexico, at the heart of a trans-border metropolitan region that stretches from Los Angeles in the...
Topics: Emergency Architecture, Tijuana, Mexico, Migration, Carmen Duran Ponce, Lagunitas, Building...
Paper cutter painted by Sophia Thoreau and presented to Eliza Hosmer. This is an image of the original object in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862, Thoreau, Sophia E., Hosmer, Eliza, Walden Pond (Middlesex County,...
Left-to-right: Patricia Sullivan Talty, Irish Consul General to Boston Breandán Ó Caollaí, UMass Chancellor Marty Meehan, Wife of Irish Consul General to Boston
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Lecture on the revival of the Irish language in the North of Ireland by Dr. Feargal Mac Ionnrachtaigh at UMass Lowell.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Máirtín Ó Muilleoir, Frank Talty, Patricia Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Delegation from UMass Lowell visits Queen’s University Belfast to discuss expanding partnerships opportunities. Clockwise from front: Vice-Chancellor Patrick Johnston (QUB), Joe Hartman, Paula Rayman, Tom Millar (QUB), Medhi (can’t remember last name, former dean of pharmacy at UML), Yvonne Galligan (QUB), Nicola Skellly (QUB), Shortie McKinney, Mark Hines and Julie Chen.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Anne Marie Hurley, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
FRIDAY FEBRUARY 1, 1991 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 23, 1991 In his exhibition at Storefront, Belgian architect, artist, and urban theorist Luc Deleu presents a range of projects illustrating his principle of urban development. For Deleu, an understanding of the fundamental principles such scale and perspective is necessary. Through it, the eschewal of axial and symmetrical configurations - the standard means in defining monumentality in architecture since antiquity - was possible. Deleu’s work...
Topics: Belgian, Urban Development, Scale, Perspective, Monumentality, Body Volume, Dynamic
SATURDAY MARCH 12, 1994 – SATURDAY APRIL 16, 1994 Laura Kurgan’s  You Are Here: Information Drift  is a computer-based multimedia installation that sought to question the relationship between the digital and the built environment by playing with orientation and disorientation. Using technologies primarily for military applications, such as satellite-based real-time mapping, early implementations of the Global Positioning System (GPS), and Head-Up Displays (HUD), the installation aims to...
Topics: Information, Multimedia, Installation, Digital, Built Environment, Satellite, GPS, HUD, Maps,...
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Seymour Rutkin; Rolland Ristine
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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 12, 1985 – SUNDAY OCTOBER 6, 1985 Return to Future  presents independent New York architects Seymour Rutkin and Rolland Ristine's collection of proposals on houses, parks, stadiums, theaters, office buildings, and landscapes. Rutkin’s work originated from a synthesis of organic form with concrete and steel building methods, expressing the physics of compression, tension, and gravity. The exhibition includes drawings, scrapbooks, sketchbooks, and explanatory pamphlets....
Topics: Proposal, Organic Form, Concrete and Steel, Drawings, Scrapbooks, Sketchbooks, Pamphlets, Back to...
Frank Talty at Queen's University Belfast, discussing the 2016 US presidential election.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Signing of MOU with University College Cork to enable student exchange experiences and research collaborations. Left to Right (Front to back): Victoria Denoon (UMass Lowell), Paul Giller (Registrar and Senior Vice President Academic, UCC), Chancellor Marty Meehan (UMass Lowell), Christopher Brown (UCC), Marita Foster (UCC), Piaras MacEinri (UCC), Ruairi O’Mahony, Frank Talty and Stephen McCarthy (UMass Lowell)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left to Right: Marty Meehan (UML), Stephen McCarthy (UML), Frank Talty (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Jerrilynn D. Dodds and Ed Grazda with Khader Humied, Khidir Abdalla, Leila Bahbahani, Numreen Qureshi, Justin Weiner
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SATURDAY NOVEMBER 23, 1996 – WEDNESDAY JANUARY 29, 1997 The Mosques of New York  is a collaborative project aims at documenting each of the Muslim communities' mosques. Its goal was to highlight the ways in which these buildings reflect and create identities for Muslims under a dense urban fabric. The project reflects a desire to disrupt the image of Islam as an alien culture while documenting the emergence of an American Muslim architectural identity. Professor Jerrilynn D. Dodds,...
Topics: Mosque, Muslim, Community, Identity, Testimony, Spatial Analysis, Photo, Documentation
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Raoul Bunschoten, CHORA
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TUESDAY APRIL 8, 1997 – SATURDAY MAY 24, 1997 The idea for the exhibition  Liminal Bodies  evolved from the work of Raoul Bunschoten and CHORA, a non-profit London-based organization focuses on urban studies. O ften commissioned by universities, architects, community groups and civic authorities,  t he two's had conducted research in developing new models and positions, with specific analysis on the state of urban environments in the 1990s. Their work ranges from theoretical...
Topics: Non-Profit, University, Community, Civic, 1990s, Theoretical, Educational, Cultural, Urban
Left-to-right: Frank Talty, Stephen McCarthy, Marty Meehan, Wife of the Irish Consul General to Boston, Patricia Sullivan Talty, Breandán Ó Caollaí, Victoria Denoon, Unknown
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Marty Meehan, Kathleen Kennedy Townsend, Ray Flynn, David Bartley
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1998 – SATURDAY MARCH 7, 1998 Images of the Future  examines the reconfiguration of social boundaries within the globalization of labor, commerce, and culture in 22 international cities. For the show, u rbanism and architecture become a means of investigating the cyclical process of destruction and redevelopment of urban landscapes. The installation at Storefront was a condensed version of one at the Kwangju International Art Biennale, South Korea. 
Topics: Urbanism, Destruction, Redevelopment, Urban Landscape, Kwangju International Art Biennale, South...
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Joe McDonald/Urban A&O Architecture LLC
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TUESDAY MARCH 7, 2006 – SATURDAY APRIL 15, 2006 The Bone Wall  by Joe MacDonald/Urban A&O Architecture LCC explored the “continuity" and "connectedness”, two indicators of topological form for digitally generated patterns. For the installation at Storefront, McDonald used advanced algorithmic/parametric software to extend the concept of pattern to a point where the basic element or cell change incrementally in morphology over the course of its run. All 72 cells that made up...
Topics: Continuity, Connectedness, Topological Form, Digital, Pattern, Morphology, Structure
Unknown, Chancellor Marty Meehan, Professor Tony Gallagher (QUB), Unknown, Dr. Tony McNally, President Brian MacCraith (DCU)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Sheldon Zhang, Luis Falcon, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
SATURDAY MAY 8, 1993 – TUESDAY JUNE 8, 1993 This exhibition presents models, drawings, and other materials from four architectural projects: Suspension at La Guardia Airport, Altered Residence for a Neurobiologist, Imperfect Utopia: A Park for the New World, and Un-Occupied Territory: An Economic Ecology. The spatial arrangement within the gallery  was intended to raise questions around issues of contingency, interval, and discontinuity.
Topics: Models, Drawings, Projects, Contingency, Interval, Discontinuity
TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 19, 1989 – SATURDAY OCTOBER 14, 1989 Earth, Air and Water Studies  presented Sandy Gellis' large-scale drawings, photo studies, and models of public and private projects. The works in the exhibition see the city, the suburb, and the countryside as a wholistic system in constant evolution.
Topics: Earth, Air, Water, Drawings, Photos, Models, City, Suburb, Countryside, System, Evolution
A view of the front and side of the Laflin Building. The negative has paint applied in the upper right and left corners. [1894 - ca. 1940]
Topics: Chicago Academy of Sciences, Matthew Laflin Memorial Building, Lincoln Park, Chicago, Illinois
Left-to-right: Head of Ireland Fund, Patricia Talty, President Michael D. Higgins, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Anne Marie Hurley, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Peter Lang and William Menking, with Superstudio
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FRIDAY NOVEMBER 21, 2003 – SATURDAY JANUARY 31, 2004 Founded in Florence in 1966, the radical Italian group Superstudio articulated the intellectual crisis of modernism by creating subversive and provocative visions of the future before disbanding in 1978. The exhibition at Storefront presented an installation of Superstudio’s “Twelve Ideal Cities”, a satirical vision of humanity’s search for the perfect lifestyle originally staged in 1972 at Galleria Schema in Florence. From...
Topics: Dodici Citta Ideali, Peter Lang, Piero Frassilinelli, Superstudio, Twelve Ideal Cities, William...
Paper cutter made from a shingle of the cabin at Walden Pond by a son of Daniel Ricketson, painted by his daughter, Anna, and presented to William Ellery Channing. This is an image of the original object in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Thoreau, Henry David, 1817-1862, Paper cutters, Letter openers, Walden Pond (Middlesex County,...
Left-to-right: Frank Talty, Cork Mayor Des Cahill, Michael Vayda
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Patricia Sullivan Talty, Irish Consul General to Boston Breandán Ó Caollaí, UMass Chancellor Marty Meehan
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
From Left to Right: Stephen McCarthy (UML), Enda Kenny, Victoria Denoon (UML), Steve Rogers, Frank Talty (UML)
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Left-to-right: Ger, Frank Talty
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Ottmar Hörl; Gabriela Seifert; Götz Stöckmann
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TUESDAY MARCH 27, 1990 – SATURDAY APRIL 21, 1990 Formalhaut  is a West German team comprised of architects Gabriela Seifert, Götz Stöckmann, and artist Ottmar Hörlat. The exhibition features an installation of 100 toy robots that “performed” during the opening. Other projects of  Formalhaut  took the form of temporary installations that alter the perceptions of space and scale. Through constructions, the team seeks to challenge the presuppositions of the built environment. The...
Topics: West German, Robot, Installation, Video, Lecture, Frankfurt, Object, Photo Documentation
Frank Talty at Queen's University Belfast.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Back row left-to-right: Stephen McCarthy, Marty Meehan, Gerry Adams, Frank Talty Front row left-to-right: Ahmed Abdelal, Susan Braunhut, Ellen Murphy Meehan, Emily Byrne
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Steve Barry
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FRIDAY OCTOBER 14, 1988 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 12, 1988 Poseidon  is an installation designed as a direct response to Storefront’s architectural space. The artist took inspiration from the long triangular shape of the gallery as a scaled image over distance. The installation included a series of works referred to by Steve Barry as “mechanical performances”. The arrival of a visitor would trigger sequential movements, cinematic images, and audio effects from the installation.
Topics: Installation, Space, Triangular, Scale, Kinetic
UML professor Frank Talty discussing the 2016 US presidential election on Letterkenny radio.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
SATURDAY JANUARY 15, 1994 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 26, 1994 The exhibition highlights Peter Noever's various projects in Burgenland (Breitenbrunn, Austria). Such as  The Pit  and  The Tower  and the  Terrace-Plateau , which is an intervention at MAK in Vienna. This exhibition was the first show after Acconci and Holl's completion of the Storefront facade.
Topics: Austria, Vienna
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Lewis.Tsurumaki.Lewis (aka Op’s)
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THURSDAY JUNE 12, 1997 – SATURDAY AUGUST 2, 1997 In this exhibition, Storefront presents ten speculative architectural projects by Op’s, a cross-disciplinary collaboration between Paul Lewis, Marc Tsurnamaki, and David Lewis. Works in the exhibition range from realized designs, such as the “Pull of Beauty” installation, to conceptual urban projects. Seemingly banal and overlooked architectures such as movie theaters, health clubs, and video stores formed the centerpieces of their...
Topics: Design, Pull of Beauty, Urban, Banal, Convention, Irrational, Rational
Photograph of Brainerd Kellogg, Middlebury College Alumnus (1858), and Middlebury College Trustee from 1885-1920 (left-facing portrait). This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Trustees, Kellogg, Brainerd, 1834-1920, Portraits
George Washington University Libraries
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Cloyd Heck Marvin, undated Number on the back is PC-15. This image may duplicate others in the collection. There is a stamp on the back with the words "Camera Reflection by Chase Studios Washington, D.C."
Topics: RG0031, University Historical Materials collection
Lithograph of Reverend Jeremiah Atwater, Middlebury College Founder, President, and Trustee from 1800-1809 (left-facing profile portrait). This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Presidents, Atwater, Jeremiah, 1773-1858, College...
Photograph of Brainerd Kellogg, Middlebury College Alumnus Class of 1858, and Middlebury College Trustee from 1885-1920 (right-facing portrait). This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Trustees, Kellogg, Brainerd, 1834-1920, Portraits
TUESDAY NOVEMBER 28, 1989 – SATURDAY DECEMBER 23, 1989 Too Close: Cosmos Mechanicool  presents works by  Los Angeles-based practice COR-TEX Architecture led by Neil Denari.  The selected projects include a theoretical world library, a design proposal for the Los Angeles Gateway Competition, and one for the Tokyo International Forum Competition. On view  are  Denari's drawings , models, photographs, and texts.
Topics: Library, Competition, Drawings, Models, Photographs, Texts
THURSDAY APRIL 25, 1991 – SATURDAY MAY 25, 1991 the  Empty Pedestals Project  is an experimental forum aimed at examining the role of late-twentieth-century public art in the urban environment. The project focuses on ‘predesignated public art sites’ - spaces that were designated by the government as spaces for art. Four of these sites in New York City served as the sites for the new proposals.   Empty Pedestals Project  Ron Baron, Karen Bermann and Jeanine Centuori, Karl Chu, Curtis...
Topics: Forum, Late-Twentieth-Century, Public Art, Urban Environment, Proposal, Ron Baron, Karen Bermann...
TUESDAY OCTOBER 13, 1998 – MONDAY JANUARY 11, 1999 In conjunction with the exhibition  Premises: Invested Spaces in Visual Arts, Architecture and Design from France, 1958–98  at the Guggenheim Museum, Storefront presented a site-specific installation by artist Claude Lèvêque. The exhibition proposed a speculative and thematic approach to the past forty years of artistic and architectural practices concerning notions of site, territory, and the built environment.
Topics: Guggenheim, France, Site, Territory, Built Environment
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Julia Mandle
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THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 16, 1999 – SATURDAY OCTOBER 2, 1999 Six Square  is a site-specific dance performance conceived by Brooklyn-based experimental arts company J Mandle Performance. It turned Storefront inside-out. Dancers manipulated the positions of the rotating façade panels as they navigated between the threshold of the gallery. This spatial investigation was also prevalent in the multi-layered costumes worn by the dancers. Similar to the panels, the dancers' costumes were also...
Topics: Performance, Inside/ Outside, Panels, Façade, Threshold, Costume, Interior/ Exterior
Middlebury Special Collections
by J.H. Bufford's Lithographers
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Lithograph of Lyman Matthews, Middlebury College Alumnus (1822), and Middlebury College Trustee from 1847-1866 (left-facing portrait). This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Trustees, Matthews, Lyman, 1801-1866, Portraits
TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1989 – SATURDAY NOVEMBER 18, 1989 Spiral, Serpent and Sunflower  is a retrospective exhibition for works of Israeli architect Zvi Hecker. Works in the exhibition include “Spiral,” an apartment house in Ramat-Gan, Israel; “Serpent,” The Museum of Art in Palm Springs, California; and “Sunflower,” Ramat-Hasharon City Center, Israel. Frequently incorporating spirals, polyhedric forms, and logarithmic ordering, Hecker's works experiment with organic qualities in...
Topics: Retrospective, Spiral, Serpent, Sunflower, Israel, Polyhedric, Logarithmic, Organic
THURSDAY SEPTEMBER 4, 2003 – SUNDAY OCTOBER 26, 2003 Urban Renewal: The City without a Ghetto was part of a constellation of projects that investigated how inhabited areas came to be labeled as officially unwanted, unneeded, or unimportant, and the various means used in attempts to remove, renew, revitalize, or redevelop these areas through planning. Using Urban Renewal as a point of departure, this exhibition examined selected episodes and themes in New York and Chicago, the primary case...
Topics: New York, Chicago, Ghetto, James Baldwin, Robert Moses, Post WW II, Urban Renewal, Housing Act,...
SATURDAY MARCH 21, 1992 – SATURDAY APRIL 25, 1992 Memory of the Future  presents two major projects by Austrian architect Gunther Domenig: the Steinhaus in Steindorf and the Funder Factory. The presented materials are drawings, photographs, models, and video documentation of the construction sites. 
Topics: Austrian, Drawings, Photographs, Models, Videos, Construction Site
St. Patrick's College in Maynooth, Co. Kildare, Ireland.
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Middlebury Special Collections
by (John) Trunbull Pinx.t, lithographer
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Lithograph of Timothy Dwight, President of Yale College from 1795-1817. In 1798, Dwight met with and encouraged Gamaliel Painter, Darius Matthews, Samuel Miller, Seth Storrs, and Daniel Chipman in the establishment of Middlebury College. This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Yale University -- Presidents, Dwight, Timothy, 1752-1817, Portraits
Storefront for Art and Architecture Archive - Exhibitions
by Enric Miralles; Carme Pinós;
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TUESDAY JANUARY 16, 1990 – SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1990 Three Projects 1985–90  presented works of  Barcelona-based architects Enric Miralles and Carme Pinós, two  designers well known in Europe at the time but were relatively unfamiliar to the American audience.  The show includes  a series of drawings, models, and photographs of the two's recent works.
Topics: Barcelona, Drawings, Models, Photographs
Left-to-right: Eilis Lennon, Charlie Lennon
Topics: UMass Lowell, UML, Center for Irish Partnerships
Etching of Reverend Joshua Bates, Middlebury College President from 1818-1839, Middlebury College Trustee from 1839--1945 (right-facing portrait). This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Presidents, Bates, Joshua, 1776-1854, College presidents
Etching of Daniel Chipman, Middlebury College Trustee ( 1800-1844), Professor of Law at Middlebury College (1806-1816), Member of Congress (1815-1817); (right-facing portrait). Brother of Nathaniel Chipman. This is a scanned version of the original image in Special Collections and Archives at Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vt.
Topics: Middlebury College, Middlebury College -- Trustees, Chipman, Daniel, 1765-1850, Portraits
TUESDAY OCTOBER 8, 1996 – FRIDAY NOVEMBER 15, 1996 Images are from the winning projects: Craig Abel (Photo 1), Alberto Kalach (Photo 2-3), Ted Sheridan (Photo 4), Suzan Wines (Photo 5-9),  Mas Yendo (Photo 10) In collaboration with the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council, Storefront initiated a competition to redesign the Lt. Petrosino Park, a wedge-shaped open space at the intersection of Lafayette, Centre and Kenmare Streets, and Cleveland Place. Like Storefront itself, Petrosino Park is an...
Topics: Craig Abel, Arch. Inc.: Azin Valy and Suzan Wines, Alberto Kalach, Studio E: Patricia Owen, Sound...
George Washington University Libraries
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Formerly photograph #PB-543, Good, From graphic in Special Collections, Call Number: GRAPHIC 619ff
Topics: RG0031, University Historical Materials Collection